In March, we reported that the Fullerton School District had received a national Digital School Districts Survey Award for its use of technology.
Well, here’s more evidence of that district’s long-term investment in digital learning.
Since last year, Fullerton schools have been emphasizing computer science, robotics and coding to give students — from kindergarten on — a head start on 21st-century careers.
Robert C. Fisler Elementary School, for example, adopted a computer science pathways model that builds progressive coding skills into standards-based curriculum. Fullerton’s Nicolas Junior High offers five unique pathways, giving students the option of pursuing robotics, design and engineering, computer science, performing arts or digital media. Pacific Drive Elementary is introducing kids to computer programming starting in kindergarten.
Find out more by watching the segment above, produced by OCDE’s Media Services team.